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Any incident involving Trojan malware, hardware vulnerabilities, and content linked to “malicious” IP addresses has to be reported to the Chinese Communist Party Threat Database.

This law is the latest measure taken by the Chinese government to try and control its young population keen on discovering and learning all it can about what is going on in the world. With 1.4 billion people, China is finding controlling internet access one of the toughest measures it has to keep up with.

Whereas limiting usage of a physical passport of controlling it’s country borders could in the past always be done through the sheer size of its armed and police forces, China is finding it harder and harder to adapt to the ever increasing skills of its millennials who keep finding ways to circumvent the strict rules and regulations that the Chinese government has imposed on its own citizens.


>trying to control the internet

What a waste. There's a reason why everybody in China uses Tor.

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